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The Shoemakers’ Holiday – Thomas Dekker – By- R. L. varshney

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The Shoemaker’S Holiday,  Original Author –  Dekker Thomas , Author – R.L. Varshney, Isbn Code – 978-93-86241-90-0

 

Edited with: General Introduction, Special Introduction, Character Sketches, Critical Appreciation, Text With Paraphrase , Act wise Summary , Notes, Questions And Answers, etc.

 

General Introduction

Life in Dekker’s England

English Drama until Dekker

Life in Dekker’s London (1572-1632)

Dekker’s Life

Popular Plays of Thomas Dekker

Realistic Comedy and Dekker

Dekker’s Characterization

Dekker’s Language, Style and Verse

Dekker as a Prose-Writer

A General Estimate of Dekker as a Dramatist

Selected Literary Opinions on

Chronology

Special Introduction

A Critical Introduction to The Shoemakers’ Holiday

Act wise Summary of the Play

Persons and Places in the Play

Themes of the Play

Plot Construction of the Play

Element of Humor in the Play

Realism in the Play

Character-Sketches

Critical Appreciation of the Play

Text with Paraphrase (Act I, II, III, IV, V)

Notes

A Glossary of the Words

Questions and Answers

Appendix—On Reading Elizabethan Plays

 

 

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The Shoemaker’S Holiday,  Original Author –  Dekker Thomas , Author – R.L. Varshney, Isbn Code – 978-93-86241-90-0

 

Edited with: General Introduction, Special Introduction, Character Sketches, Critical Appreciation, Text With Paraphrase , Act wise Summary , Notes, Questions And Answers, etc.

General Introduction

Life in Dekker’s England

English Drama until Dekker

Life in Dekker’s London (1572-1632)

Dekker’s Life

Popular Plays of Thomas Dekker

Realistic Comedy and Dekker

Dekker’s Characterization

Dekker’s Language, Style and Verse

Dekker as a Prose-Writer

A General Estimate of Dekker as a Dramatist

Selected Literary Opinions on

Chronology

Special Introduction

A Critical Introduction to The Shoemakers’ Holiday

Act wise Summary of the Play

Persons and Places in the Play

Themes of the Play

Plot Construction of the Play

Element of Humor in the Play

Realism in the Play

Character-Sketches

Critical Appreciation of the Play

Text with Paraphrase (Act I, II, III, IV, V)

Notes

A Glossary of the Words

Questions and Answers

Appendix—On Reading Elizabethan Plays

 

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